- From Spanish chorizo. (Wiktionary)
- Spanish. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“While the potatoes are boiling, sauté the chorizo in a little olive oil (how much will depend on how fatty the chorizo is and also what kind of pan you use — I needed a fair amount as I was using stainless steel).”
“1 T smoked Spanish paprika handful of Chinese sliced dried garlic Babelfish informs me chorizo translates as garlic sausage”
“Kiolbasa brand chorizo is the best will even slice b4 cooking”
“I think the Texas chorizo is always different from what I see elsewhere.”
“I always wondered why the chorizo in chorizo tacos was so crumbly ...”
“And yes, the package said you were to remove the chorizo from the casing before cooking.”
“When the chorizo is browned, add the remaining ingredients and cook a further 5-7 minutes, or until the liquid is reduced by half.”
“I live in Korea where stuff like that is non-existent - my girlfriend recently brought us back some chorizo from a trip to Germany but now i wish i had of asked her to get chipotles while she was at it!”
“According to Bayless, meats are interchangeable in tinga recipes, and chorizo is desired but not necessary (I don't have any at the moment).”
“Volkswagen Taqueria Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The breakfast taco on a flour tortilla with scrambled egg, cactus and homemade chorizo is served all day.”
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